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Established in 1973, we are an award-winning magazine, independent book publisher and founder of the .
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New Internationalist 6h
"No Bannon, no KKK, No Facist USA!" Hundreds of students and residents protest 's decision to allow far-right, racist Steve to talk in Oxford today.
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New Internationalist 9h
After a week-long series of actions, including last night's civil disobedience at the embassy, the has gained thousands of followers both in the UK and globally. Tomorrow their goal is to block 5 bridges in London🌉🛑. 🌎🔥💀🗣️
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New Internationalist 12h
'No Bannon, no KKK, no fascist USA,' Oxford students protesting Steve Bannon's invitation to the Oxford Union.
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New Internationalist 17h
More and more journalists are facing arrest in Pakistan. Just yesterday, a senior journalist was dragged to an anti-terrorism court and charged with 'fanning religious disharmony.' explains the nuts and bolts of Pakistani censorship.
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New Internationalist 19h
Samir Jeraj reports from Beirut on how Lebanese peacemakers are rebuilding a sense of communal life.
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New Internationalist Nov 15
A cake has been served up to the good people protesting at the embassy tonight. Read more here: ⁩
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New Internationalist Nov 15
“I am emotional... this bring back the old times narrative does not fit a country that was colonised for 400 years.” Opposition to ’s on the streets of London
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New Internationalist Nov 15
members have blocked the road outside ’s embassy in London in an act of peaceful civil disobedience
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New Internationalist Nov 15
We’re at ‘s Queer Party to SAVE the Amazon to support those opposed to ’s far-right visión for
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New Internationalist Nov 15
This is the story of how an independence campaign, supported by indigenous people in the French territory of New Caledonia, almost caused a huge upset in Paris.
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New Internationalist Nov 15
Great news, our contributor who was unjustifiably detained for over 100 days, has now been released.
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New Internationalist Nov 14
Great piece in The Observer on Olivier Kugler, whose illustrated book about the experience of Syrian refugees is out through , a New Internationalist imprint
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New Internationalist Nov 14
The non-indigenous people of New Caledonia assumed they would easily win an independence referendum. The results were a surprise. Nic Maclellan reports.
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New Internationalist Nov 14
Fifty people were declared dead after California's most lethal wildfire to date. Climate change is increasing the intensity & frequency of these disasters. From the archive, read 's article on the non-natural reasons for natural disasters.
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New Internationalist Nov 14
Replying to @newint
Olivier has also been doing illustrations for the magazine. This is from the current Nov-Dec issue as part of a piece about indigenous tribes in India taking on the state:
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New Internationalist Nov 14
Great piece in The Observer on Olivier Kugler, whose illustrated book about the experience of Syrian refugees is out through , a New Internationalist imprint
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Sarah Jilani Nov 13
Acclaimed comics writer ILYA has transformed Patrice Lumumba's life into a mini-comic for the relaunch issue:
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New Internationalist Nov 13
‘It should behold any pension plan not to invest in activities that create human rights violations, that should be particularly of concern to the UN pension fund.’
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New Internationalist Nov 13
Samir Jeraj reports from Beirut on how Lebanese peacemakers are rebuilding a sense of communal life.
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New Internationalist Nov 13
'Is it beyond our wit as a country to find other things for those engineers and technicians to do than to make weapons than to kill Yemenis with? It can’t be.' spoke to Saudi expert David Wearing about the future of the Anglo-Arabian alliance.
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